Elisabeth Dahlin, Save The Children
Child Poverty

Immigrant Children Poorer Than Swedes

Children in Sweden with parents or grandparents from other countries are still much poorer than their Swedish classmates living in more well-regarded areas, according to a new report from the Swedish Save the Children fund.

After looking at public figures, the study claims that over 60 percent of children living in areas of Malmö with a high number of immigrant residents can be classified as living under the poverty line. But what does that mean in a rich country like Sweden?

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